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Fabien Cadet

« Big Ball of Mud » (aka. Spaghetti Code) , by Brian Foote and Joseph Yoder (... - 3 views

  • The class of systems that we can build at all may be larger than the class of systems we can build elegantly, at least at first.
    « While much attention has been focused on high-level software architectural patterns, what is, in effect, the de-facto standard software architecture is seldom discussed. This paper examines this most frequently deployed of software architectures: the BIG BALL OF MUD. A BIG BALL OF MUD is a casually, even haphazardly, structured system. Its organization, if one can call it that, is dictated more by expediency than design. Yet, its enduring popularity cannot merely be indicative of a general disregard for architecture. »
Fabien Cadet

Your Architecture Sucks and I Don't Care, by Ryan, 2011-01-03 | Friendly Dingo Blog - 10 views

    "Besides, who am I to say your architecture sucks? And why don't I care? Because I am your users, and I don't care what your codebase looks like, I don't care what it's called, and I don't care what language it's written in. I care that it solves my problem in the simplest and fastest way possible."
awqi zar

The Cleverest Geeky Windows Tricks Everyone Should Know - 18 views

    You might recognize a few of these tips (we've covered most of them here before), but chances are good there's something new in the list for just about everybody. And if you know all of them already? Pat yourself on the back for your masterful geek skills.
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Dave Cowens

Software development magazine: UML, Agile, programming, testing, project management, jobs - 0 views

    Free magazine providing practical knowledge for the software developer, tester and project manager
Joel Bennett

Volta - Microsoft Live Labs - 0 views

  • design and build your application as a .NET client application, then assign the portions of the application to run on the server and the client tiers late in the development process. The compiler creates cross-browser JavaScript for the client tier, web services for the server tier, and communication, serialization, synchronization, security, and other boilerplate code to tie the tiers together.
    Volta is to .Net what the Google Web Toolkit is to Java ... except it goes *way* further, because it lets you write a multi-tiered application as a rich-client app and then choose to have the client portion "compile" to HTML+Javascript ...
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